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  1. Snakes

    Snakes is an update to the classic Snake game from Nokia. It is freely downloadable from the Nokia N-Gage website, and can be copied to another N-Gage handset via Bluetooth. A new version is now available as an embedded game on most N-series smartphones from Nokia, e.g. Nokia N95.

U.S. National Library of Medicine

  1. Snakes

    Limbless REPTILES of the suborder Serpentes.

Military Dictionary and Gazetteer

  1. snakes

    A tribe of North American Indians inhabiting the country between the Sierra Nevada and the Rocky Mountains, and from Idaho southward into Utah. They have generally been peaceable; but they collided with the whites on several occasions, which resulted disastrously for them, several of their bands being almost annihilated. Treaties were formed with them on several occasions between 1863 and 1868, and attempts have been made to place them upon reservations. All the property of a dead Shoshone is buried with him, and formerly his favorite wife and horse were killed over the corpse. In 1870 they numbered about 4000 souls.

How to pronounce snakes?

  1. Alex
    Alex
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    Daniel
    Daniel
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    Karen
    Karen
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    Veena
    Veena
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How to say snakes in sign language?

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of snakes in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of snakes in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6

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  1. Ian Bartoszek:

    [ It's ] is another important piece of evidence for the negative impact invasive Burmese pythons are having on native wildlife across the Greater Everglades Ecosystem imagine the potential consequences to the state and federally protected Southwest Florida panther if Burmese pythons adversely affect the number of white-tailed deer. Officials safely captured and relocated the snake, which painfully regurgitated the dead fawn in the grass. Shortly after, the python was humanely euthanized. Wildlife biologists then performed an autopsy on the snake and collected genetic samples. Biologists are accumulating valuable life history information on the behavior of Burmese pythons in Southwest Florida, the conservancy wrote. This information is leading to the development of an effective python removal technique that combines both hunting and radio-telemetry tracking efforts to target and remove breeding female pythons and disrupt the egg-laying cycle. A 2015 photo, which was just released this week, shows a Burmese python regurgitating a 35-pound white-tailed deer. ( Conservancy of Southwest Florida) The Florida Wildlife Commission has been asking for the public's help to remove the snakes, encouraging them toremove and kill pythons from private lands whenever possible. The South Florida Water Management District even created a python elimination program in 2017 to protect the Everglades and eliminate the snakes from public lands. Approximately158 pythons were eliminated during the program in roughly two months. Wildlife officials would like to find a more effective way to eliminate the creatures, and they believe research is key. Southwest Florida wildlife officials share a 2015 photo of an 11-foot Burmese python and the body of a white-tailed deer, the snake's prey. ( Conservancy of Southwest Florida).

  2. Mike Turner:

    Snakebite is - or should be - a treatable condition, while people will always be bitten by venomous snakes, there is no reason so many should die.

  3. H. Ross Perot:

    If you see a snake, just kill it. Don't appoint a committee on snakes.

  4. Chief Raymond Flannelly:

    Not sure how many lizards we found, but the snakes were large enough to give anyone crawling through a smoke-filled house a heart attack.

  5. Ralph Waldo Emerson:

    Four snakes gliding up and down a hollow for no purpose that I could see -- not to eat, not for love, but only gliding.

Images & Illustrations of snakes

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